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From Nick Couchman <vn...@apache.org>
Subject Re: value of ${GUAC_USERNAME} need help
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2017 13:50:11 GMT
On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 4:21 AM, fouad fezzi <fouhane@live.fr> wrote:

> Hi ,
>
> I have guacamole 0.9.11 running and I want to set drive share but i have
> problem with value of GUAC_USERNAME.
> When 2 users are connected they have the same directory share in  windows
> server.
> Do i forget something ?
>
>
A couple of requests, here.  First, have you tried a later version of
Guacamole?  0.9.13 is out, now, so I'd suggesting trying that.

Also, when you say you want to set a driver share using ${GUAC_USERNAME},
could you explain further what parameter you are setting, and the value you
are setting it to?

Finally, Could you explain a little more clearly what you mean by "when 2
users are connected?"  Do you mean, when you're sharing a Guacamole session
and one user connects to the session another user has open?  Or do you mean
that you have two users both initiating connections (not shared sessions)
to the same host, and the second one to connect gets the first one's
directory share?  Or are both users connecting to different hosts, but one
user gets the path from the other user, even though they are connecting to
different hosts?



> syslog
>  Connection ID is "$8260954c-ccd4-4a8b-80e6-20a3232011bd"
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Security mode: RDP
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Resize method: none
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: User "@82624d23-3a91-4551-a8af-f9fedb546cf6"
> joined connection "$8260954c-ccd4-4a8b-80e6-20a3232011bd" (1 users now
> present)
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Loading keymap "base"
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Loading keymap "fr-fr-azerty"
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: guacsnd connected.
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: guacdr connected.
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as client
> 0x0003
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Ignoring server capability set
> type=0x0001, length=44
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Ignoring server capability set
> type=0x0002, length=8
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Ignoring server capability set
> type=0x0003, length=8
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Ignoring server capability set
> type=0x0004, length=8
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Ignoring server capability set
> type=0x0005, length=8
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Sending capabilities...
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Capabilities sent.
> Sep 20 09:46:02 caracole guacd[5221]: Client ID confirmed
> Sep 20 09:46:11 caracole guacd[5221]: User logged on
> Sep 20 09:46:11 caracole guacd[5221]: Sending filesystem
> Sep 20 09:46:11 caracole guacd[5221]: Registered device 0 (Guacamole
> Filesystem)
> Sep 20 09:46:11 caracole guacd[5221]: All supported devices sent.
> Sep 20 09:46:11 caracole guacd[5221]: Device 0 (Guacamole Filesystem)
> connected successfully
>


It also might be useful to see the output from the Tomcat logs
(catalina.out).

-Nick

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